44,000 ‘clean’ voters registered


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  • Monday, 20 Jan 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: The first batch of 44,836 “clean'' voters, whose address in their identity card matches those of their voting constituency, have been registered by the Election Commission in an all- year-round exercise which began July last year. 

EC secretary Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar said these voters were “automatically'' cleared of any suspicion of being “phantom or imported'' voters that political parties had accused each other of. 

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